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BoatingIndustry.com : Crestliner announces additions to extensive dealer network

Brunswick Corporation
March 26, 2013
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Little Falls, Minn. – March 25, 2013 - At Crestliner, it’s our goal to provide our customers with the highest quality boats that suit the many ways they enjoy the water.  We also strive to provide a strong network of local, reliable dealers whom our customers can trust with their boat purchase and maintenance.

Crestliner is excited to announce the addition of five new dealers to its growing network of elite Crestliner dealerships.  They are:

George Fuller’s Marine Machine, Inc., Bayville, N.J.

George Fuller’s Marine is a family owned and operated full service marine facility, specializing in outboard engine rebuilding, machine work and all aspects of spring launches and winterization services. They pride themselves on delivering the utmost in customer service and consistently maintaining a 100% customer service rating with their engine and boat companies, as well as achieving numerous Customer Service Awards consistently throughout the years.

Eastside Motors, Inc., Louisville, Miss.

Eastside Motors has been in the marine industry since 1983, providing sales and repair services for marine and outdoor power equipment.  They pride themselves on their customer service and strive to treat every boat as if it were their own.  They offer 14,000 square feet of indoor showroom, repair and storage space, guaranteeing your boat is safe from the outside elements.

Discovery Motorsports, Humboldt, SK, Canada

Offering four seasons of exhilarating outdoor adventure, Discovery Motorsports’ experienced sales staff is eager to share its knowledge and enthusiasm with you. They are proud to serve the Humboldt area for all your outdoor needs, including fishing boats, lawn mowers, trailers, snowmobiles and ATVs.  In addition, they have factory trained service personnel and carry an extensive line-up of accessories to outfit you and your machine to make your outdoor recreation experience one to remember.

Hall Marine of Greenville, Greenville, S.C.

Hall Marine of Greenville is your full service boat dealer.  They have a large modern indoor facility featuring over 40 boats in their showroom. Hall Marine of Greenville is your one-stop location for all of your boating needs; including a professional sales and brokerage department with an experienced staff, ready to assist you.   Their service department with factory trained and certified technicians, is experienced in delivering a high quality level of marine repair services and winterization.

Nisswa Marine, Nisswa, Minn.

Nisswa Marine was founded on the shores of Nisswa Lake in the late 1930s. They’ve seen many trends come and go, but there’s one thing that hasn’t changed – their passion for boating.
Providing quality boats and accessories for everyone from the serious fisherman to the recreational boater, Nisswa Marine has been helping people just like you enjoy the water for over 70 years.

Our customers can find their nearest dealer by visiting www.Crestliner.com.

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Challenging conditions for sailors at Sutton Bingham

Challenging conditions for sailors at Sutton Bingham

Event winners Tim and Niamh Robertson lead Michael Fox and Kate Rew.

A COLD, grey, breezy spring day greeted sailors to Sutton Bingham Sailing Club’s annual Hartley Comet Classes open meeting.

This time last year we were basking in temperatures of 220. Today the temperature struggled to get much above freezing.

The cold weather kept some of the usual visiting competitors at home and we heard that some had actually been snowed in!

A strong NE breeze prevailed, gusting to 20+ knots, so it was a day for thermals, hats, gloves and a hope and desire that you didn’t end up capsizing.

With a morning race, a stop for lunch and then two races back-to-back in the afternoon, twenty-one sailors took to the water.

The two-handed boats started first, (Wanderers, Kestrels and Comet Trios) followed by the Comet single-handers starting five minutes later. A good tussle was enjoyed between several groups of boats throughout the race.

There were plenty of opportunities to make gains by using the wind shifts and gusts to your advantage and a few nasty surprises for the unwary. Line honours were taken by the Kestrel of Paul Simon Kerley, but the race was won by Tim Niamh Robertson in their Wanderer, second place went to Adrian Tracy Neal in a Comet Trio, after enjoying a brief dip in the water at the windward mark.

After a very welcome, hearty homemade meal supplied by the galley crew and a brief warm up in the clubhouse, the afternoon races commenced with a slightly altered course.

Wind strength and direction remained as the first race for both pm races. Paul Simon Kerely were first over the line by only 4 seconds followed closely on their heels by Adrian and Tracy Neal who won the race on handicap.

Several helms tested the water temperature again during the races – to cool down presumably!

There were many place changes, often where gusts gave some boats a good advantage and a burst of speed. Again the two-handed boats prevailed taking the top five places in the pm races.

Alan Chinn provided the entertainment of the day by capsizing his Wanderer shortly before the end of race 3, which gave the duty officers an opportunity to leave the warmth of the clubhouse and perform a rescue. The Wanderer of Tim and Niamh Robertson took top spot, with Adrian and Tracy Neal coming second in the Comet Trio.

The event was kindly sponsored by Hartley Boats and provided some very nice sailing wear to prize winners.

Overall winners were Tim Niamh Robertson (Wanderer – Sutton Bingham SC) runners up Adrian Tracy Neal (Comet Trio – Sutton Bingham SC).

The overall Comet single-handed winner was Chris Robinson (Burghfield). Interestingly, the top three places were awarded to combinations of father and daughter, husband and wife and father!


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Easter Boat Show on the south coast

AnEaster Boat Show will be taking place at Swanwick Marina in Hampshire this weekend.

From tomorrow, Friday 29 March to Monday 1
April 2013, Premier
Marinas will be hosting the new and used yachts and motor boat sales event at its marina in Swanwick, Southampton.

The marina’s on-site brokers include Ancasta International Boat
Sales, Clipper Marine, Dickies International, Princess Motor Yacht Sales,
Sunseeker and Walton Marine who are planning to make the Easter Boat Show
Swanwick’s biggest and best show ever.

Boat brands available will include Astondoa, Princess Motor Yachts, Sunseeker, Island Packet, Lagoon,
Bavaria, Beneteau, Jeanneau, Prestige and more.

There will also be refreshments available for visitors at The
Boat House Café and further show attractions in the form of; Porsche, Marlin RIBs,
Williams RIBs, Garmin and Raymarine.

Also at the event will be Marine
Installation Engineers, Landau UK, who provide award winning installations and
retro-fits of all equipment and systems to luxury power and sail crafts.

Visitors can also go on tours of the marina.

Click here to find out more.


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Easter Boat Show on the south coast

AnEaster Boat Show will be taking place at Swanwick Marina in Hampshire this weekend.

From tomorrow, Friday 29 March to Monday 1
April 2013, Premier
Marinas will be hosting the new and used yachts and motor boat sales event at its marina in Swanwick, Southampton.

The marina’s on-site brokers include Ancasta International Boat
Sales, Clipper Marine, Dickies International, Princess Motor Yacht Sales,
Sunseeker and Walton Marine who are planning to make the Easter Boat Show
Swanwick’s biggest and best show ever.

Boat brands available will include Astondoa, Princess Motor Yachts, Sunseeker, Island Packet, Lagoon,
Bavaria, Beneteau, Jeanneau, Prestige and more.

There will also be refreshments available for visitors at The
Boat House Café and further show attractions in the form of; Porsche, Marlin RIBs,
Williams RIBs, Garmin and Raymarine.

Also at the event will be Marine
Installation Engineers, Landau UK, who provide award winning installations and
retro-fits of all equipment and systems to luxury power and sail crafts.

Visitors can also go on tours of the marina.

Click here to find out more.


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